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right now. >>> stories we're watching in the newsroom, an oregon shopping mall bustling with the holiday crowd, shots rang out, random victims fall and hundreds of panic stricken shoppers run for cover. >> people started hiding behind counters and eventually everybody went to the middle of sears and on top of the escalators away from all the entrances and everybody could get together and sit there and we were watching the news as it was happening on the tv inside the entertainment center. >>> international community on edge after a provocative rocket launch by north korea, claims to have put a satellite in orbit. we'll tell you how the u.s. might respond to it. >>> up in flames a west virginia natural gas line explodes, the blast shutting down a major route through that state. >>> it could be one of the holiest twitter accounts yet, the pope sending his first tweet. wait until you see who is following. good morning, i'm don lemon, carol is off today. holiday horror, panicked shoppers rush to police after a gunman opens fire. here is the latest for you from the deadly mall shooting just s
, heavy snow, portions of california and oregon and you can see, by tomorrow, 3:00 p.m. sunday, expecting more heavy rain around san francisco and more heavy snow along the mountain passes, many people might be driving along as they head home for the holidays or head out to visit families. otherwise, current temperatures, much colder behind the storm across the midwest and the northeast, 37 right now, new york city and finally feeling like the month of december, 31 in cleveland and, 20s, rapid city and minneapolis and texas enjoying temperatures in the 60s and 50s, now across portions of california, heading into monday, christmas eve, around the corner, we are expecting more unsettled weather to return across the east, stretching across portions of the northeast into parts of the southeast and ohio valley, tennessee valley, you're included and that activity will begin already as we head into tomorrow, sunday, some of with you ill be looking at the rainfall. temperatures will be cooling off in the northeast and rain will be snow. westbound, rick i want to point out we'll have a storm out w
of oregon where we are talking about several inches falling today. we're expecting another storm as we head into tomorrow. we do have basically drier conditions across northern california. that will be the story for monday. next storm on tuesday will be taking more of a northerly track. portions of oregon will begin with the heaviest. northern parts of california and expecting heavy mountain snow. over a foot in some of the higher elevations of sierra. so i do want to bring you to the northeast because we're going to have to deal with some rain showers, nothing like california but heavier downpours in portions of upstate new york. >> gregg: maria, thanks very much. >> heather: holiday cheer in short supply on wall street. this is no ordinary year for stocks. >> gregg: different this year. >> heather: why the market is in the doldrums. business correspondent joins us next. >> gregg: we'll talk to brenda about that. and accused of leaving thousands of classified secret documents in the hands of the enemy? now saying he has been punished enough because his cell was really small. our legal pane
in oregon where the shooting rampage took place will reopen in a few hours. tuesday a man shot and killed two people in a rampage and killed himself. several mall workers say they're hesitant about returning to the mall. >>> attorney general eric holder facing harsh criticism from a top republican after failing to pursue criminal charges against hsbc. the bank admits laundering money from iran, libya and myanmar. chuck grassley calls the lack of charges a declaration that "crime does pay." the justice department did not comment but defends its nearly $2 billion settlement with the bank. >>> two massachusetts costco workers are splitting a $50 million powerball prize. rosa deleon buys two tickets every day and shares them with her co-worker reginald. on wednesday the tickets finally paid off. the two will each get $11 million after taxes. congratulations to them. very lucky. >>> there is a machine that could one day be used to make homemade guns, not only that, it could make plastic guns that a metal detector won't find. you can believe some people are worried about it. here is joe johns w
in oregon. >> the coast guard is working to clean up an oil spill leaking into a new york city strait. an oil tanker is leaking more than 100-thousand gallons of oil just off of staten island. crew members on the barge noticed the leak, and contacted an oil clean-up company to help in the efforts. waterways remain open as they clean-up the mess. boaters in the area are urged to take caution in the meantime. >> coming up on kron 4 news weekend. a mother whose son was in the classroom with the shooter in connecticut talks about the moment she learned about the shooting. and as we go to break. here are some of the names of the victims from friday's tragedy. (music) >> the parents of a six- year-old student who witnessed friday's massacre describe how their son is doing. the little boy was in the classroom with the shooter. he was able to escape the room and run to safety. the boy's teacher was vicki soto. she died in the classroom protecting her students from the gunfire. the boy's mother recalls the moments before she knew whether her son was okay. >> when you are standing there waiting
yesterday morning here on the "full court press." len calling from north bend, oregon. hey, len, good morning. >> caller: good morning, bill. >> bill: hi. >> caller: with all of this talk of cutting entitlements, it has been going on for quite awhile. >> bill: yeah. >> caller: i haven't heard a single politician on either side of the aisle talk about raiding the cap on -- raising the cap on what a tax pater pays to fica. it is $110,000 i believe right now. if it were doubled, that would make social security completely solvent. it where be -- >> bill: forever. >> and how come -- what am i listening to here? >> bill: i think -- here what it is, len. you're right by the way. that's the quickest way the fairest way the easiest way and the best way to fix social security. but the obama administration and harry reid right now democrats don't want social security even on the table because it is not connected. the republicans -- want it there because they want to cut social security but the democrats are saying look, soc
of the west. that's going to continue. flooding concerns southern oregon down to areas around. a lot of places 10 inches of rain. couple weeks ago we had another series of storms that brought 10 inches of rain. the ground is incredibly saturated. today a slight break from the rain. this rain falling but this will change this evening. the next storm comes in tonight and tomorrow. and another batch of area of rain tomorrow is going to be around the five to six inches of rain. we will see another storm even on tuesday. two more storms lined up are northern california then i think we will take a break. guys? >> thanks so much, rick. >> it's december 1st which means not just ugly sweaters. the war on christmas is back as well. this time at an elementary school where jesus has been put in the closet. is that right, clayton. >> cot to be dale elementary school has decided they will remove the nativity scene as part of the lawn decorations. it's been part of the decorations for years. they will make it strictly secular. >> here is the thing. board of education official stopped by the school to stop ab
in western oregon set free, let out of jail not because they don't pose a danger to the public, but because lane county, oregon can't afford to keep them locked up. now law enforcement officials warn that if a fiscal cliff deal isn't reached in washington, more prisoners may be released. what does this mean for crime and public safety and is there another solution? let's ask a retired nypd inspector and founder of the cordero group. >> thank you. >> juliet: in this one instance, western oregon, dozens of inmates are released. one of them actually gets released and goes straight to rob a bank. you know, you're hoping at least the people they're releasing are reich low level kind of petty crime guys at the very least that they're not sending out bank robbers. what's happening here? >> i think that is the problem. we're talking about low level offenders in this case. but reality is low level offenders, we really got to ask ourselves, how many times has that low level offender offended and that what is the likelihood they will reoffend and commit more serious crimes? i really think we need to a
have a fox news alert, a deadly tour bus crash in oregon. blamed on icy road conditions. five people were killed and about 20 injured. it happened on interstate 84 outside la grand. the bus went out of control, crashed through a guardrail and went down an embankment. about 40 people were onboard. >>> 3,000 miles away from oregon, fox extreme weather. the big digout under way in the northeast. the latest winter storm dumped over a foot of snow. behind this snow, bone-chilling temps. some residents forced to endure the cold with no heat because the snow brought down power lines, knocking out electricity. >>> new calls for secretary of state hillary clinton to testify as soon as possible on the deadly attacks in benghazi that killed four americans. senator lindsey graham demanding had he appear before congress ahead of john kerry confirmation. take a listen to the interviews on fox "fox news sunday." >> senator graham, how important is it for secretary of state hillary clinton to testify under oath before she leaves office about the benghazi terror attack? and what do you think we still
a number of storms lined up across northern california and southern oregon. places like san francisco and medford, oregon. some areas, another seven or eight inches of rain over next four to five days. that means flooding concerns. this is much colder storm than we saw a couple weeks ago. so big-time snowfall accumulations up to six feet of snow across some of the higher elevations. the good news is, travelwise, the next couple of days are looking good. the next big storm that we're potentially looking at is christmas across parts of the plains. megyn: rick, thank you. merry christmas to you. >> same to you. megyn: so we heard mike tobin say o'hare was okay but the states around there have been dealing with changing conditions. we've seen lots and lots of flight cancellations past couple days. we'll check in with courtney scott, senior editor of travelocity. courtney, thanks for being here with us. what is the situation now? we heard more than a thousand flights canceled over the past couple days. >> that's right. there have been significance selllations and delays throughout the enti
. >>> a group of snowshoers is home safe after getting lost in oregon's mount hood. the group had to san jose a makeshift shelter and call for help. laura rios was there. >> reporter: welcomed sight this christmas eve. carrying three snowshoers back to their families after two nights in the elements on mount hood. mark kelsey, margarita its strada and debra schindler set out on know shoes saturday morning with plans to camp in a hut that night for one of their birthdays. instead, they found the trail will washed out during the summer from flooding. >> the reality with that, the trail doesn't exist. we had to make our trail and that's what kept us out there longer, kept us pushing harder. we were across streams. >> reporter: cell phone was spotty but the group was able to call 911 sunday afternoon and give their gps coordinates. search teams set out that day but had to turn back because of bad weather. so the trio, all experienced, spent the night in a makeshift shelter near a tree. members of the group were moved to tears when talking about the moment rescuers found them four miles down the c
on the way here. they're measuring in feet. not only across oregon but northern california, as well. the winds, incredible. especially at the high elevations. mary's peak, oregon, 101. but in the low lands. and lincoln city, at sea level, 81-mile-per-hour wind gusts. the winds are going to push inland today. so, a larger swath of real estate will be enduring these, at times, damaging winds. and the snow will push inland. that's good news for the areas of salt lake city and around the colorado rockies, where they could use the snow. but the snow will create avalanche conditions across the cascades, where they've seen several feet of snow. nice across the midsection. but this storm, if you live in the east coast, you're dealing with it right now, especially in the northeast. you go north of newtown, and brad ford, and southern massachusetts, freezing rain in some spots. other parts of northern new england, in the form of snow. new york city through southern connecticut, cold, damp, and at times, miserable rainfall. and the thunderstorms will roll across parts of the south today, as th
to be a delegate to the convention. you need to be involved in state parties like oregon, where they actually change their platform because of our work there. you need to be involved in state party politics. and this's how we get involved in the party. that's how it works. so you don't want to depend on the surrogate, per se. >> are candidates leaning forward or backward. >> thank you for joining us. >>> coming up, changing teams when charlie became the first big-state governor to switch sides since john connoley of texas became a republican. the gop has declared war on its delegates. charlie crisp joins us here tonight. president obama is campaigning out there. and republicans are considering. the question is will the president gain a small victory on taxes or a big deal. and we have the annualist, the most notable quotes of the year. the verbal gaps forever. let's see if you can guess which verbal stumble made the top of the list. finally, remember, 1%? 8%? of course, 47%. this is "politics nation." the place for politics. >>> listen to what newt gingrich said yesterday on "meet the press".
dollars a year in washington state. so if you're in oregon and watching all of your portland people cross the river and go which pick up their weed in vancouver you're missing out. >> jennifer: i'm sure. if you do a campaign saying this is going to be put toward something -- a priority. although pot for schools, i don't know about that. not something i would recommend. sam, thank you so much for joining us inside "the war room." tim dickinson of "rolling stone" magazine. roe v. wade is the law of the land. americans overwhelmingly support a woman's right to choose. michigan handed president obama a 9-point victory five weeks ago so when i see a legislative body sneakily passing anti-choice members in the proverbial dead of night the phrase subverting the will of the people seems mild. my thoughts on that right after the break. ♪ ♪ destined to take them over. the uconnect command center with sirius xm satellite radio in the new 2013 ram 1500. engineered to move heaven and earth. guts. glory. ram. >> jennifer: back in march
in oregon. jacob roberts roommate says he had a weird look on his face when he left the house. roberts apparently wanted to join the marines. a foot injury kept him from doing that. he shot and killed two people inside of a mall on thursday before he turned the gun on himself. a 15-year-old victim still remains in the hospital in serious condition. the mall is set to reopen later today. >>> this is a troubling story med af will honor recipient brutally attacked in an event over the weekend. police arrested and charged an 18-year-old. meyer is recovering after the attack. he was awarded the military's highest honor by president obama last year. he is credited of saving the lives of 13 americans and 23 afghan soldiers during a firefight in 2009. he was the first living marine to receive the award in nearly three decades. >> leon pineda has agreed to send 2 patriot missiles 400 troops to the country in order to beef up the country's defenses in the syrian attacks. th germany will send two muscles each. all 6 patriot missiles will be under nato control and should be operational by january.
across northern california and southern oregon and not moving inland. we will see some of this energy across the central plains on tuesday, so, christmas day, hopefully everyone is already hope and places like oklahoma and arkansas could be looking at a white christmas on tuesday. >>neil: how about that. thank you, rick. as we mentioned the bad weather is making if difficult holiday traveling, and messy highways out there, and night delays, just days before christmas, and mike tolan is live at chicago's o'hare. what is the situation? >>reporter: the worst of the delays are behind us. the big board shows "on time" and "on time." thank lake michigan. it turns a lot of warm up up and the storm became rain and we did not get significant snow in chicago. you have crowds here and people are waiting in line but that is because 200,000 people are going through the airport. the airlines planned for it. if you are going over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house you cannot blame o'hare and midway is cooking along. >>gregg: thank you, like, from chicago. you are not going home t
and tomorrow hammering the west coast, especially from the bay area all the way up to the oregon border and into the mountains going to see significant rainfall. and that could lead to mud slides, and also some localized flooding. so it could potentially be dangerous just to be out on the roads. and also you have to count in too there is going to be strong winds. and once again, there could be more power outages. back to you. >> chris warren from the weather channel, chris, thank you. >>> back to politics now. time now for one more helping of trail mix. and we're letting this one go to pot. as in weed. so if you're someone who is prone to the munchies, so to speak, this story may be of interest to you there is a new poll out. it shows for the first time ever an even split amongst americans about whether marijuana should be legal. 47% of 47%. not exactly an even split there is the 3% on either side there. it seems rather dubious i suppose. speaking of dubious, congress on the brink of being branded as the least productive governing body to oversee our country since the 1940s. the last ti
party, involved in state parties like oregon where they changed their platform. you need to be involved in state party politics and that's how we get involved in the national party. that's how it works. so you don't want to depend on a surrogate per se. >> why can't republicans lean forward or backward? >> forward. >> good. thank you clark cooper, joan walsh. >>> coming up. when charlie crist made it official and make a democrat, he bap the first big state governor to switch sides since john conley of texas became a republican. the gop has declared war on it's moderat moderates. the former and perhaps future governor of florida, charlie crist joins us tonight. >>> president obama is campaigning and republicans are considering. will the president gain a small victory on taxes or a big deal. >>> and we have the annual list of the most notable quotes of the year, the verbal gaffes forever. the list is fool of bloopers like legitimate rape and etch-a-sket etch-a-sketch. let's see if you can guess which verbal stupble made the top of the list. >>> let me finish with the key percentages of th
to do it and whether to do it at all. joining me now democratic senator from oregon, jeff murphy. senator, great to have you on the program. >> thank you, alex. it's great to be with you. >> so we just played some vintage al d'amato footage of one of his many filibusters. when we talk about filibuster reform, one of the things that is suggested in terms of reform is bringing back the talking filibuster, but i guess i ask you as someone who is leading the charge on this, is that going to actually help things in the senate, or does this give senators more opportunities to grandstand in front of cameras? >> listen, they can grandstand all they want right now, so that's already a privilege they have. unfortunately, what the minority has decided to do is to utilize the filibuster, which actually is just an objection to going to a final vote, so it's a quiet objection. it's not on the floor. no speeches are required. never have been required. it used to be people wanted to take responsibility for their obstruction because they understood that a majority -- a simple majority vote is a k
, now isha joins with us a 360 news and business bulletin. >>> andson, the woman who raised the oregon mall shooter is speaking out. a tearful tammy jacobs saying her nephew is not a monster. >> i'm so sorry for jacob causing so much pain and trauma. he's always been a good boy. he was caring. he loved playing with little kids. this is completely out of character. he's always been warm and loving. my heart goes out to those who lost their lives and who were injured. >> jacob roberts killed two people and badly wounded one other before taking his own life at a mall outside portland. >>> british police say the apparent suicide of the nurse who transferred a prank call to the ward treating catherine, dutchess of cambridge, is not suspicious. a co-worker found her hanging in the hospital's living quarters. she left three suicide notes but police are not revealing their contents. >>> software pioneer john mcafee is back in the u.s. after he says he was deported from guatemala. mcafee entered the country after police in belize wanted to question him in his neighbor's murder. >>> fiscal cliff
be reached. >>catherine: pthere's some new information about the shooting inside a mall near portland, oregon this week. but there are still a lot of unanswered questions. while the motive remains a mystery we now know a lot more about the victims. >> "always gave me stuff and everybody else, put everybody before her" >> this is the step-son of 54-year-old cindy yuille. she was one of two people killed when shots rang out. a co-worker finds it difficult making sense of such a senseless tragedy. >> "cindy was an amazing hospice nurse. she spent her life helping other people transition to the end of life and cindy yuille's family never got to say goodbye." "he's just a wonderful, wonderful man." >>catherine: a friend and colleague of the other person killed, 45 year old steve forsyth describes him as a loving husband and father of two. >> "our family is hurting from losing a great person and our heart goes out to carla and their two children." >> we're also learning more about the man authorities say ambushed shoppers before taking his own life. detectives say 22 year old jacob roberts wore a h
, it was oregon. getting bomb threats. a week after that, it was 30 courthouses across the state of tennessee. bomb threats and no devices were found by authorities. one court clerk reported hearing a man say if this is the courthouse you are about to be blown up. so it was neb and washington and tennessee and mississippi. after the news broke, we spoke of officials and the fbi. and they told us that they were related. quote it is an ongoing investigation. but it would be foolish not to look into the possibility that these are connected. the director of homeland security told us we were in contact wither
this too many times. whether it's a elementary school in newtown or a shopping mall in oregon, or a temp el in wisconsin, or a movie these never aurora or a street corner in chicago, these neighborhoods are our neighborhoods, and these children are our children. and we're going to have to come together and take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this, regardless of the politics. this evening michelle and i will do what i know every parent in america will do which is have our children a little tighter, and we'll tell them that we love them. and we'll remind each other how deeply we love one another. but there are families in connecticut without can to the do that tonight. and they need all of us right now. in the hard days to come that community needs us to be at our best as americans, and i will do everything in my power as president to help. because while nothing can fill the space of a lost child or loved one, all of us can extend a hand to those in need, to remind them that we are there for them, that we are praying for them, that the love they felt for those they lost endu
was coming home. he was trying to get home to oregon at the height of the the christmas travel, it was a nightmare. but nothing could stop him from seeing his wife and one-year-old daughter. kiss-kiss. ♪ >> in today's beyond the dream. we take you live to nashville, tennessee, the music capital of the world, a very special concert featuring some of the top stars in country music and gospel are coming together to help the homeless. country gospel singer candy christmas and grammy winner jason crabb have been featured beyond the dream and join us to discuss how they're helping people in need this holiday season. jason and candy, glad to have you guys. >> thank you. >> candy you've been doing this for nine years now, and it started in nashville where you saw a tremendous need. 300,000 plus homeless people and could be understating it. >> 11,000. >> kelly: how many? >> 11,000 on the streets of nashville, yes. >> kelly: and what compels the country singer to go beyond her comfort zone to help people in need where it's not always comfortable? >> well, to me, kelly, it's one thing
about this so-called chained cpi which would reduce benefits for some social security recipients. oregon senator jeff merckley called it a fantasy. arizona congressman raul g. rijalva said it is a beltway figure leaf that i will never support. pelosi's line in the sand was on raising the age on medicare eligibility. that's something she couldn't help do so that's what she took off the table, meaning social security politically in this day and age is easier to touch these days than medicare. oh, how things have changed when social security was the famous third rail of american politics. >>> at 11:45 a.m. this morning in the brady press briefing room named for jim brady, who was the white house press secretary who was shot and permanently disabled after a 1981 assassination attempt on ronald reagan. the president will announce a task force led by vice president biden to develop a policy response to the newtown, connecticut shooting. the president is not expected to make any policy decisions but lay out a path forward on a process to come up with some policy proposals. on sunday though he d
and the reality is we did at the shopping mall in oregon and here we go one more time. in these school shootings, once again, we have learned that children cannot wait, to wait for the s.w.a.t. team to do a tactical -- the first two or three responding officers, local police, deputy sheriffs, they go ahead and make a tactical entry and their whole job is to penetrate into the building and go to the shoote
headlines. new details about the man who opened fire inside a crowded mall in oregon. jacob roberts' roommate said he had a weird look on his face when he left the house that day. roberts shot and killed two people inside the mall before turning the gun on himself. the mall set to reopen a little bit later this morning. >>> could jenny rivera have avoided death? it turns out she made a last minute decision to take that deadly plane ride. she was offered a room for the night, but took off to her next destination instead. >> gretchen: that's sad. today we wrap up our paws for a cause series. all week we've been telling you how you can help dogs in need in time for christmas. here with us today is. >> brian: deborah allrick, from a mixed breed rescue, and michaela. who are your special friends? >> this is pixie right here and this is twiggy. >> brian: these puppies? >> twinkie. >> gretchen: she could be twiggy, yeah. >> is a yorkie. she's blind. and this is pixie. we really don't know what she is. >> steve: this is the time of season when i know you guys try very hard to make sure that
is on the phone from oregon. republican line. caller: there are so many issues to address here but i certainly wanted to talk to joshua was specifically. i retired from the air force after 20 years and recently finished my master's degree. my thesis was on diagnosing and the affects of diagnosing on the economy. one of the things i discovered through my research, which i find remarkable -- my professors as well -- was that there were two types of social security. one that people pay into and one that people do not pay into. the one which is not paid into is the one that is consuming the majority of our resources regarding social security. as i was doing the research, my thesis, the question that came about -- i was seeing clients as an intern -- these people who were receiving benefits based on being 100% disabled. there was no clear, defining factor that said when a person was 100% disabled, or 40% disabled, as we have in the military. everyone is diagnosed with a mental disorder is considered 100% disabled and is entitled to 100% benefits. the question that should be raised is, why is this n
. the bus apparently slid off an icy highway and crashed into a ravine in oregon during a trip from las vegas to canada. the driver apparently lost control of the bus, crashing through a guardrail, then plummeted 200 feet down the slope. the mountain pass the bus was on is known for dangerous weather conditions. >>> accused of pushing a man to death will undergo a psychiatric examination. 31-year-old aircraft coo menendez was laughing so much, her lawyer told her to stop when she was arrested. she told police she pushed the man because she thought he was a muslim and wanted revenge for september 11. >>> and check it out. nasa releasing its favorite pictures of the year. 500,000-mile long solar flair exploding by the sun over the summer. the historic landing of the rover on the surface of mars. there you go. saddlely images of sandy churning the waters along the east coast. that blows my mind. here is shuttle's final voyage taken it flew over the capitol. that's really cool. finally, a little bit of fun. three craters on mercury's surface that look -- >> clayton: like mickey. >> dave: pe
-runners to replace hillary clinton when she officially steps down. >>> in oregon, the shopping mall that became the scene of a deadly shooting rampage days ago is set to reopen this morning. a candlelight vigil for the victims will be held tonight. two people were killed and the 15-year-old girl was wounded when 22-year-old jacob roberts opened fire inside the clackamas town center on tuesday. roberts then killed himself. there is still no motive for the shooting. >>> a much calmer day is in store for san diego after a pounding rainstorm drenched that city. the rain came down so fast and furious, in fact, it flooded businesses and major intersections, leaving drivers stranded in the road. some people even had to be rescued from the flood waters. >>> and the southern california mountains are buried under a fresh coat of snow this morning. and it is still coming down in fact. tire chains were mandatory for drivers heading into mountain passes and resorts like big bear. even with chains, they say the roads were still pretty treacherous. >>> we have a stunning, stunning revelation, thanks to some o
evading police in belize who wanted to ask him act the death of his neighbor. >>> the oregon shopping mall that was the scene of a mass shotting will reopen this morning. a man and woman died and a teen was injured when investigators say a 22-year-old jacob tyler roberts opened fire. he then killed himself. his aunt is now speaking out about what happened. she raised him after his mother died of cancer when he was two. >> what jake did was wrong but as his mother -- he will always be in my heart. i love him very much. >> she said she wants the victim's families to know she is sorry for what happened. the mall is planning to hold a vigil tonight. >> we may get more details today about the suspicious death of a homeless woman in san jose. her body was found in a creek yesterday morning. reportedly she was a drug addict and foul play is suspected. for now police will only call it a suspicious death. >> i have been through the storm, through the flood, through the violence, and it's very crazy out there, especially for the females, even more tough. >> yesterday a memorial was held for the
. it was headed from mesa, arizona to portland oregon. two people were on board. no other details about the crash have been released. >>> this week city leaders will consider a proposal to ban surveillance drones. it would establish a no drone zone in berkeley. supporters are worried the aircraft could be used to spy on residents. this comes a week after alameda county tabled a proposal by the sheriffs department to spend more than $31,000 from a grant on a surveillance drone. >>> and on this sunday morning bay area church goers are coming together to pray for the families for the victims in connecticut. allie rasmus is at st. mary's cathedral in san francisco where the shootings are expected to be the subject of sermons today. >> reporter: st. mary's coo need real here in san francisco just opened its doors about 30 minutes egg. they have a brief service that is going on right now. it started about ten minutes ago. and the pastor led the congregates inside in prayer in attribute remembering the victims of the connecticut shooting. we did have a chance to speak to the pastor very briefly. but he
they are for the precious called a moment with their kids. >> the mall in oregon and what happened in connecticut it really brings you back to what is important in life. family is really important in life. our hearts go out to them. we chose to spend some time at the iced drink and be with one another during this holiday. >> many parents say things like this remind them of what is most important life, that his family. >> will take a break. 522 a m is a time. here's a look on the james lick freeway. traffic moving fairly well. whether wise we have showers. currently 55 degrees and 7 cisco. it should warm up a few degrees to 58 later this afternoon--san francisco did you get chips for the party? nope. cheese plate? cheese plate...nope. i made something better. ♪ you used the oven? boom ♪ [ male announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. we're back with 5:25 a.m.. >> marian news. >> chevron official
. they are talking about what happened on i-5 near the oregon border on tuesday. seven people had to be hospitalized after this. the road reopened about 5:00 yesterday morning. 12 hours after that major crash near yreka. >>> in new york, the long island expressway finally is open again after a huge pileup on the road there. it was closed for 15 hours so the crews could just clear the wreckage. this all started yesterday afternoon. a tractor-trailer slammed into some cars. that triggered a 35-vehicle pileup. one woman was killed. 33 others were hurt. >>> the newest insurance industry cash test showed new cars -- showed new moderately priced cars outperformed some other cars. 15 of the 18 earned good or acceptable ratings. three of the mid-sized luxury cars received those marks and the popular toyota camera and prius models got poor ratings. we got more details at ktvu.com under the hot topics section. >>> cold temperatures are prompting a growing waiting list at one homeless sheltner san francisco. some of the lucky ones are feeling grateful they have a place to stay for the holidays. the hamilton fa
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in oregon. their smug superior mailing is crazy. they are so happy. they never have problems. they mail in their vote. even me living in brooklyn, i get a bit going in because i lived in california, i lived in minnesota and now here. the ballot is different in every state. is the thing going to be -- all of that need to go. people need to be excited and know their vote is going to happen. how it happens is priority one. >> there was a bit of ethnic targeting there year. you hate to go there. we hate to go there. this time, it wasn't people that look like me, it was people that look like you as the primary targets. >> we saw it in florida and texas. there were problems in arizona. the research group found people of color, african-american and latinos waited two to three times longer than other voters to vote. what is very, very troubling is the supreme court is revealing the section five of voter rights. that was used to fight the efforts. there's a chance they will strike it down. it was used in south carolina and redistricting in florida. they are trying to weaken it. this problem coul
are you in oregon? caller: out in the woods and the country, between the coast and the ocean. guest: i medical doctor and i did might in turn ship at good samaritan hospital in portland. i love oregon. where you live is absolutely -- caller: we go without electricity a lot. yesterday we had no electricity. thank you very much. i just wanted to say that president obama, unfortunately -- i am a democrat and a hard in true believer in caring and loving and living the words that were spoken by jesus and every other holy man about love each other. he has given in tons more than most of us wanted him to give in to go along with the republican party that has said absolutely no to everything they say they will not cooperate at all. i saw the statistics of how much extra money the wealthy would have to pay because their taxes would be raised. we're talking one or two%. it is a miniscule amounts of money they are complaining about it is the age-old problem called greedy. lots and lots of the wealthy americans are denouncing their american citizenship so they don't have to pay any taxes in americ
's one of the victims of the mall shooting in oregon, the only one to survive. and the first time christina is talking about the terrifying moment she came face-to-face with that gunman. >> saw him for an instance, only to see that he was wearing black, a mask and carrying a gun. i didn't realize it was a real gun. i thought maybe it was a prank. we have to cherish every moment because we never know when it could be the last. >> that's beautiful wisdom. and doctors removed fragments from her lung and liver and she's happy to be obviously to celebrate christmas. listen up twinkie fans, you can breathe a sigh of relief. the iconic cake is likely returning to store shelves, it's under new ownership, hoe test expects to sell off the snack cake and bread to several buyers and they closed up shop and laid off 18,000 workers as failing to reach a deal with the striking baker's union. >> a bakers dozen. >> dave: i think they should bring you an entire plate of hostess twinkies. >> clayton: i wouldn't have to eat for the entire 2013. >> you could ration them. >> clayton: i know that rick i
. >> and also the people that do the slurpes in the mall. that will stop the oregon shootings and maybe the guy -- the teenager that does the, you know, popcorn, sells the popcorn in movie theaters. if we had just armed the 18-year-old in aurora. >> how about football games, those replacement referees, they wouldn't have gotten by with that stuff. >> unbelievable. >>> coming up, senator chuck schumer. he's got a very compelling op-ed in "the washington post." and it's more inclusive on these -- the gun issue. also, former national security adviser, dr. brzezinski is with us, former white house press second, dee dee myers, and "the washington post's" bob woodward. and after the break, jim vandehei looks at the "politico playbook." here's bill karins with a check on the forecast. >> thanks, joe. maybe breaking news coming out of southern portions of alabama. this winter storm has a severe element to it. over the last half hour, we're getting reports that a tornado has struck the western side of mobile, alabama. and moved to the north through chickasaw. this tornado could possibly still be on the
. five people were left dead. a shooting was -- has happened in oregon. the media keeps hyping up the fiscal cliff and they actually had a report on cnn where they were showing this woman blathering about how she's going to lose her unemployment and everything and i feel like there seems to be a tie-in between the economy, what's going on and this constant rampage. i'm wondering what at point is our government going to speak about it. i'm not one to condone removing all guns. we need to have a conversation. >> stephanie: also, i think everybody's going a little crazy around the holidays. i think there are a lot of factors right now. everybody i know is -- we're having mutual bitch session all day on the phone. 17 minutes after the hour. kids, i don't know what we would do without carbonite here at the "the stephanie miller show." t-bone has all of our contacts, guest names and numbers in his computer. you have everything. >> everything. >> stephanie: only reason are you have job security. >> thank you. >> stephanie:
areas to prepare for and respond to terrorist attacks. a large portion of the oregon populations in the u.s. -- of the urban population is in the u.s. are multinational, whether in washington d.c. -- like washington, d.c. and we need to know how to respond to terrorism. host: in this figure, we see some of the biggest states in red. california and new york, and then the color scheme goes down from their depending on how much money they've gotten parents why california -- they've gotten. why california and new york? is it because they are such big urban areas? guest: it is a combination of daud and also because of the world trade center bombing. it is a major terrorist target. in california, you have a large population centers. you also have one of the largest and most important ports in the long beach area. there is another program specifically designed to enhance port security. host: $98,000 was spent on an underwater robot in columbus, ohio. is it harder for urban areas outside of metropolitan areas to justify the grants and find ways to use them? are there hurdles in getting m
, aurora, colorado, portland oregon, and now newtown, connecticut. this seems to be the game changer though, doesn't it? because -- >> i don't think there's any question about it. >> bill: 20 6-year-olds. >> there was no protection for them. they were helpless and innocent and this whole -- this is kind of the other end of the extreme argument. when you say to people well, some have done it. the principal ought to have a gun. should have the kids have had guns in their lunchboxes? that's what i wrote in the column. it is absurd. we have a right as citizens not to carry a gun because we have to. to protect ourselves. we have a right to be safe from guns without having to carry one. and but it is those angelic faces, the absolute inability to voice any -- to even describe what happened and everybody's heart feels that. to every teacher in the country right now. every parent. this was something very different. we had a mass shooting -- mass shooting in a school in paducah kentucky 15 years ago. three people k
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